Open Access Routes
There are two routes to open access; the open access journals and the open access repositories or open archives.
- The Gold route to open access is delivered via publishing an article in a journal. The journal may be an open access journal (pure open access), or a subscription based journal (hybrid open access) that offers an open access option. OA journals perform peer review
Publication fees: The model is to charge a fee upon acceptance of an article for publication. The bill may go to the author, but is often paid by the author's funder or employer rather than by the author out of pocket. Hence this model is sometimes, misleadingly, called the "author pays" or "author fee" model. The fee is sometimes called a "processing fee" or an "article processing charge" (APC).
For a list of OA journals in all fields and languages, see the Directory of Open Access Journals.
- The Green route to open access is delivered via self-archiving (depositing) an output into a repository. OA archives do not perform peer review.
There are two types of repositories, general and subject repositories.
Open Access @ INSEAD
If you have decided to publish in an OA journal, you will have to choose under which licencing options. INSEAD recommends using the CC BY-NC-ND license.
Selected INSEAD OA articles:
- How Counterfeits Infect Genuine Products: The Role of Moral Disgust
- Consumer Choice and Autonomy in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
- Cultural Brokerage and Creative Performance in Multicultural Teams
- Bargaining Zone Distortion in Negotiations: The Elusive Power of Multiple Alternatives
- The Illusion of Transparency in Performance Appraisals: When and Why Accuracy Motivation Explains Unintentional Feedback Inflation
- The Pipeline Project:Pre-publication Independent Replications of a Single Laboratory's Research Pipeline
- Foundations of Responsible Leadership: Asian Versus Western Executive Responsibility Orientations Toward Key Stakeholders
- Varieties of Capitalism and institutional comparative advantage: A test and reinterpretation
- Mapping the Business Systems of 61 Major Economies: A Taxonomy and Implications for Varieties of Capitalism and Business Systems Research
Open Access Plugins
These tools can help you find Open Access articles
for Chrome – Firefox
Google Scholar Button
for Chrome – Firefox
Open Access Button
- Horizon 2020 The EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation
All beneficiaries of H2020 funding must provide Open Access (free of charge, online access for any user) to all peer-reviewed publications by depositing them into a repository.
- Open Access Overview – Peter Suber, Director, Harvard Office for Scholarly Communication
Focusing on open access to peer-reviewed research articles and their preprints
- Article on Research Gate/Sci-Hub:
Publishers and societies take action against ResearchGate’s copyright infringements
- Plan S: Accelerating the transition to full and immediate Open Access to scientific publications